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Vaughtons and parent company WH Darby’s are a 200 year old business operating in Birmingham’s (England) world famous jewellery quarter. Manufacturers of handmade insignia, specialising in products such as Jewels, Medals, Chains of Office, Lapel Badges, Cufflinks and much more. During their prod history they have made Olympic medals, the FA Cup, and have had commissions from several royal families.
In 2021 Vaughtons approach Delta with a challenge.
In recent years the business had diversified and created new revenue streams. This strategy had produced good results but also meant the business had lost focus and it’s brand identity had been diluted. Up against an increasingly competitive market, offering ever more specialised services and products Vaughtons understood that they need to evolve the business if they were to successfully see off the competition and build for the future.
Existing challenges within the account limited their ability to test new prospecting strategies and limited their growth potential. For example, prior to our involvement, the majority of the budget was dedicated toward branded search campaigns, as many competitors were bidding on their branded terms in hopes to capture away TaxJar's most valuable traffic. Unfortunately, this fierce competition resulted in higher-than-expected costs and required much of the focus, energy, and budget.
Even after successfully freeing up budget from the branded search issues, profitably acquiring new business was no easy feat. Tax services are consumed on an as-needed basis. A brand awareness effort would only be effective if the messaging was powerful and the timing was perfect. That is, even if a business owner hears about TaxJar and thinks they should sign up for the services, it’s typically something that is pushed on the back-burner.
More than ever, if would be crucial to meet their potential customers when they are actively in the market for tax services and in the medium in which they would best respond to our messaging.
Haiti Now is a non-profit organization that seeks to give economic empowerment to girls in Haiti’s Restavek system through education and a safe environment. The organization, however, was not receiving enough money in donations to support their mission, thus leading the CEO to come to the conclusion that the issue might have to do with the website's User Experience.
My role as a UX Researcher and Designer was to optimize the website for growth so that Haiti Now could have the impact that it seeks. The website was busy, had outdated copy, and had a lot of information that had to be re-arranged in a more user-friendly manner.